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The Maya Kitchen's June Schedule of Cooking and Baking Class

This month of June, The Maya Kitchen presents an exciting line-up of cooking and baking classes.

Beginner’s Cake Decorating is on June 13, Saturday9am-3pm with hands on and group workshop to include recipes for Boiled Icing, Swiss Meringue and Ganache. Class Fee is P1,500.

Basic Culinary is on June 16-19, Tuesday to Friday, 9am-3pm and includes cooking fundamentals and international standard techniques of meal preparation from soup, salad, pasta, main courses and sandwiches to desserts for the home and for institutional scale kitchens with workshop. Class fee is P8,000.


Fondant Making is on June 20Saturday9am-3pm with hands on and group workshop. Create your own fondant from scratch and decorate your own cake. Class fee is P1, 500.

Basic Baking is on June 23-26, Tuesday to Friday, 9am-2pm offering basic baking techniques applicable to small and commercial scale production of recipes and formulations of quick breads, pies, cookies, cakes and other bread varieties. Class Fee is P7,000.

One Day Basic Cooking is on June 24, Wednesday, 9am-3pm inclusive of kitchen tool awareness and proper use; applying different cooking methods for fish, chicken and pork; deboning of chicken and filleting of fish; and proper use of spices and herbs. Class fee is P999.

            Learn how to bake sweet breads like Spanish Bread, Pandesal, Cinnamon Bread and Ensaimada with Basic Breads on June 25, Thursday, 9am-2pm. Class fee is P1,499.

            June 27, Saturday9am-1pm is for Bars and Cookies. Learn to make Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, White Chocolate Chip Cookies, Food for the Gods, Butterscotch Bars and Choco Hazelnut Swirl Blondies. Class fee is P1,500.

             For more information on this and on other course offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com,  e-mail contactus@themayakitchen.com  or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday on the 8/F  Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City or call 892-1185 / 892-5011 local 108 / Mobile No. +63947 835 2290

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